Camilo Adas

Job Title
Board Advisor in Energy Transition, Technology
SAE Brasil

Camilo Adas is Strategy and Energy Transition Superintendent at Be8.
He has been worksing for over 35 years in the national and international automotive market.
He holds a master's degree in the subject 'Decision Making based on the Creation and Dissemination of Knowledge in Global Companies' by Fundação Dom Cabral, where he is a visiting professor.
He is a Counselor at SAE BRASIL for Energy Transition, Technology and SAE do Futuro, and a member of the Board of Directors of Instituto Mauá de Tecnologia.
He is the coordinator of the Study Group for the nationalization of the automotive chain for Green Hydrogen in Brazil, together with the Ministry of Economy. He is a member of the Mobility Decarbonization Group at FIESP and of the Industry Committee for Sustainable H2 of the National Confederation of Industry (CNI).
Camilo Adas was manager of the iH2 project for Hidrogênio Verde at the Brazil-Germany Chamber of Commerce in Rio de Janeiro and acts as an energy transition advisor for private companies.

August 31, 2023The Role of Green Hydrogen for Descarbonizing Mobility in Brazil


Further Content

Press Release

Record Numbers at The smarter E South America 2023

Septemer 6, 2023

More than 530 exhibitors at The smarter E South America 2023 – LATAM’s Innovation Hub for the New Energy World

Webinar Collection

Promising Brazilian Photovoltaic Market – Opportunities and Challenges

June 1st, 2023

The solar photovoltaic market in Brazil has experienced remarkable growth in the last ten years. This year alone Brazilian developers have already installed at least 2.1 GW of distributed-generation solar and more than 1.3 GW of centralized PV.

Markus Vlasits, CEO of NewCharge

Green Hydrogen as a Feedstock for Local Fertilizer Production?

The smarter E Podcast Episode 143 | Language: English

July 27, 2023

Green hydrogen could be used for local fertilizer production in Brazil. But also energy storage systems are becoming increasingly important. Markus Vlasits, CEO of NewCharge, gives us an overview of the short- and medium-term developments in Brazil.


What you should know about the Brazilian markets for energy storage and green hydrogen

August 3, 2023

The Brazilian electricity market is changing. The share of renewable energy based on solar and wind power is growing and is expected to account for 50% of future electricity production. Challenges posed by fluctuating renewable sources require new approaches for managing the Brazilian electricity grid, thus creating significant opportunities for energy storage.


Conference Committee

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